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FOX News
Sep 28, 2010 5:00am EDT
quote . survey done by politico and george washington university asked 1,000 likely voters about the current state of politics and the media in the u.s.a. the results may surprise you. first, 45% strongly disapprove of the job president obama is doing. 35% strongly approve. but personally, this situation is reverse. 47% of likely voters say they
CSPAN
Sep 5, 2010 10:00am EDT
professor of economics at george washington university. she will break down the labor market for you. at 8:30, we will have brigadier general jeffrey smith joining us from kabul to talk about security transition in afghanistan. then we will turn our attention to the housing market. the "time" magazine front page cover story was re-thinking home ownership, why owning a home may no longer makes economic sense. the author of that report will be with us. thank you for watching today. we will be back tomorrow. . . [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2010] >> this one and c-span, "newsmakers," close guard, not admiral robert papp. he talks about the role of the coast guard during hurricane season. after that, a look at his mission in iraq. the presidential address from thursday. also, the response by john barringer. >> was the coast guard will and the operation of their the -- out there? >> we will respond to any search and rescue cases out there that happened. i would say if you try to correlate between the deep the water ri
ABC
Sep 29, 2010 4:30am EDT
. he will be at george washington university tonight. >>> arlington will drop out of the immigration enforcement program. this year, virginia signed on for the national program. it allows them to provide information to the federal dormant about people arrested, including immigration status. yesterday, they voted unanimously to drop out of the program. >>> a new twist over cell phone use while driving. a new study shows banning texting behind the wheel may cause more questions. drivers are lowering their phones so police can not see them while texting and taking their eyes off the road for a longer time frame to do that. the law goes into effect for maryland this friday. >> it is amazing what people do to eluded detection. -- elude detection. >>> a showdown over population control. >>> a devastating landslide caught on videotape. the search for survivors. >> a landslide buried hundreds of home in mexico. three adults, eight children still unaccounted for. they are backing off early estimates that hundreds of people were harmed. >>> 60 degrees outside on this wednesday morning. traffic
ABC
Sep 29, 2010 5:00am EDT
at george washington university tonight despite a health scare in yesterday. he spent the night in cleveland hospital after complaining about an upset stomach. he will be released early this morning. >>> president obama will be in richmond talking about his efforts to improve the economy. he will hold a similar event in iowa this morning. and he goes back to school to try to energize young voters. >> the stakes are too high for our country and future. >> democrats and the young people's votes to keep their status in congress. but 55% plan to vote in november according to a poll. >> i was excited about him getting elected. i am not really excited anymore. >> we do not have an inspiring figure to rally behind. >> kathleen sebelius did her part by rallying university of maryland students last night. >>> we are following a developing story this morning. the eiffel tower shut down again because of terrorist threats. >> they are working on and not specific threats. the morning. -- good morning. >> we were talking about homeland security a few days ago. authorities say they are seeing more terroris
ABC
Sep 29, 2010 6:00am EDT
to speak tonight at the smithsonian and george washington university. that despite a health sc are yesterday. he is expected to be released sometime this morning. >>> president obama is tour will take him to virginia today. he will hold a similar event in iowa this morning. >>> now to a developing story from across the atlantic the eiffel tower shut down again because of terrorist threats. law-enforcement agencies are working on credible threats. this is the second time in as many weeks. >> it really shows you what the world is starting to look at. i will give you some background and some degree of talking about last week. just a few days ago u.s. homeland security, janet napolitano, said authorities were seeing more terror activities from our broader, more diverse set of threats. today this is giving us 'ew evidence that perhaps what she was talking about. in paris on tuesday night officials evacuated the eiffel tower a#ter phone in threat. this is the second such evacuation in just two weeks. a senior u.s. official tells abc news this is a credible threat. it comes after the
FOX News
Sep 27, 2010 8:00pm EDT
's talking points memo. survey done by politico and george washington university asked 1,000 likely voters about the current state of politics and the media in the u.s.a. the results may surprise you. first, 45% strongly disapprove of the job president obama is doing. 35% strongly approve. but personally, this situation is reverse. 47% of likely voters say they strongly approve of the president as a person. just 19% strongly disprove. on the subject of his possible re-election, 44% say they will vote against barack obama the next time around. 38% say he deserves to be reelected. 42% of americans say the president is very liberal. and 41% say the new obama care legislation is terrible. just 18% favor it enthusiastically. so the mood of the country is obviously running strongly against mr. obama's policies. as for the republican party, mitt romney has a 45% favorable rating. 28% don't like him. sarah palin 44% like her. 49% do not. mike huckabee 49% like him. 25% do not. and newt gingrich clocks in at 35% favorable. 39% unfavorable. turning to the media listen to this. 81% of likely voters n
ABC
Sep 21, 2010 11:00pm PDT
to be an obese woman than it does to be an obese man. researchers from george washington university say women pay almost $5,000 a year more for costs associated with obesity. for men, it is about $2600. it takes into account unpaid sick days and the extra gas needed to transport heavier passengers. the discrepancy between women and men comes from wages. researchers show obese women earn less than thinner women. the same does not appear to be true for obese men. >>> summer is literally all but over, but it won't feel like that. >> finally summer-like temperatures as fall arrives. sandhya patel is here. >> how appropriate. we will see mid-nineties heading into the weekend and into monday. really some warm, fall weather is headed our way. between tomorrow and monday, we are talking about a 20-degree increase in our inland communities. want to show you a spectacular view. today we saw midand high-level clouds as an upper level logan to move into the bay area. -- level low began to move into the bay area. and at sun down there was a nice burst of color. the sun is setting earlier and severaler. the --
ABC
Sep 11, 2010 11:30pm EDT
been identified. >>> students at one george washington university dormitory had to evacuate because of smoke. it happened after 9:00 p.m. no word on what caused it, but it is believed to have come from a machine room. students have been allowed back in. >>> the police are searching for a suspect who escaped from police custody in baltimore. he is considered dangerous. paul palmer broke free after faking a medical emergency. he is believed to be heading toward the district or west virginia with a female companion in a kia spectra with maryland tags 1ew-b10. >>> together again, sarah palin and glenn beck are teaming up again. plus, what the police say drove a man to kill his wife and several others. new developments in the gas line explosion that killed four people in california. host: could switching to geico really save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance? was abe lincoln honest? mary: does this dress make my backside look big? abe: perhaps... save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance?really host: is having a snowball fight with pitching great randy johnson a bad id
ABC
Sep 15, 2010 12:00pm EDT
washingtonian, a product of its public schools, a graduate of george washington university, and having been here all my life, it really gets no better than being able to have the confidence of the people who i have lived with my entire life to be able to lead this city. the first thing i want to do is thank the people of the district of columbia for the confidence they have demonstrated in me by yesterday's election. secondly, i want to once again as we did last night see an offensive. i want to thank mayor fenty for his service. he is a native washingtonian, and i do not have any doubt that the mayor deeply cares for the city, and i know he has put his heart and soul in running the city in the last four years. i had a chance to talk with the mayor, and he pledged 100% support to be able to help us make a smooth transition. i had wonderful conversations with him, and i look forward to working with him as we move forward into a transition, which will probably not formally take place until after the general election. i realize also we had a great deal of work ahead of us. lots of people voting for
NBC
Sep 21, 2010 11:00pm EDT
to cost you a lotd more to live your life. researchers at george washington university released some new information today about the cost of obesity. they say obese women will spend about $8,000 a year in added expenses. overweight men will spend an extra $6500 a year. the price of obesity, they say, is six times more than what healthy men will pay. and women will y nine times more. those costs are associated with things such as medical care, disability, missed work and insurance. >>> it's long bn suspected that stress can affect a woman's ability to get pregnant, but now scientists have found evidence that women under stress can have a hard time conceiving. >> i don't know th i believed i would ever get pregnant before i came here. >> it took four and a half years for tammy brant to conceive. >> every month that it doesn't work, you're getting more and more stressed. and then you're thinking, o my god, i'm stressed, but stress is bad for getting pregnant, but now i'm stressed because i'm not pregnant and now i'm not pregnant because i'm stressed. >> so she quit her job, started practici
ABC
Sep 21, 2010 5:00am EDT
obese, not only medically, but financially. researchers at george washington university say the annual cost is nearly 4800 for a woman and $2600 for a man. that includes not only medical costs, but also sick days, loss productivity and also extra gasoline. >>> talking about health news, we want to remind you that the komen maryland race for the cure is coming up. we would love it if you joined us. look at that big crowd from last year. abc2 news will be live on aret to broadcast the event starting at 7:00 and runs until 9:00. you have to register for the big race by heading to our website. scroll down and look for the think pink logo. >>> now, the forecast certified most accurate by weather rate and maryland's most powerful doppler radar. >> you know, last year the morning of that coe race, there was snow on the ground. 77 our normal high. we split the record from 37 to 96 on the high end. you notice that sun up comes at 6:53 this morning. 7:05 for that sun down. we generally expect clear skies to warm us up in a hurry. 40s and 50s start the day and you'll notice that under clear skie
NBC
Sep 29, 2010 6:00am EDT
to appear at the smithsonian tonight at george washington university. >>> a new polln the maryland governors race shows one candidate with a double digit lead now. find out which one. >>> and the sign of the times. where students are ditching textbooks in exchange for ipads. >>> 6:09 is your time right now. 64 degrees. changes in the weather are ahead. tom will have your forecast and jerry will check traffic when we come back. right here in this neighborhood, i grew up learning strong families and hard work means opportunity. and that starts with good schools. it's a tradition here in maryland-- and whin these tough times i' put education first. we've made record investments in our classrooms... doubled the number of charter schools... and we've frozen college tuition for four years in a row. and it's working. experts say we now have the number one schools in the nation. when it comes to expding opportunity in every neighborhood, i know that we must do even better. [ninstrumental music ]] >>> weather and traffic on the ones. i'm meteorologist tom kierein. fresh and cool start this morning un
PBS
Sep 7, 2010 5:30pm PDT
studies at george washington university's elliott school of international affairs. he also blogs about the middle east for foreignpolicy.com. welcome. >> one pastor. 50 members of this small church and yet they have general petraeus, the most powerful general in afghanistan weighing in on this. the state department weighing in on this. why was this significant, what's going on down there? >> i think it is is significant because people over there do pay attention to what happens inside the united states. i think this has gotten a lot of attention because people feel that it says something about what america really is. i mean, you know, we've been trying ever since the bush administration to convince the muslim world that we're against extremists. we're in favor of good relations with the islamic world and with muslims. and then when they see images like this and they see especially the signs and the images and something that's graphic as burning the koran, then they say to themselves, maybe that's not true. maybe al qaeda is right and it is america against islam. >> ifill: this then und
ABC
Sep 21, 2010 12:00pm EDT
are putting a price a george washington study -- university study finds it is just over $2,900 for being obese. it includes medical bills, lost productivity, health insurance, and need for extra gasoline to fuel cars carrvr'g heavier passengers. >>> still i'm done with all these lists. and driving all over town. i want one list. for one store. [ female announcer ] at safeway, you get it all. great quality and great prices. so you just need a safeway list. [ male announcer ] with thousands of everyday low prices you'll save all over the store. [ female announcer ] with club card specials like honey bunches of oats just 2 for $5 and ovenjoy round top breads only 89 cents. [ male announcer ] quality and low prices. so there's one stop for everything. [ female announcer ] at safeway, that's our promise. that's ingredients for life. >>> of frenchman has powered his way into the history books. he became the first pulte and duty to swim across the english -- first full ampute to swim across the english channel. it took him 13 hours of swimming. three years ago the same man made headlines when he para
PBS
Sep 15, 2010 6:30pm PDT
, george washington university seven years, george washington chief of urology five years. men's health magazine, contributor. hobbies: explorers club, a national exploration society. chairman of expeditions. michael john manyak.born, jersef age. wife, mary. seven children. roman catholic. republican. st. peter's college, b.a. auburn university m.a., public administration. united states air force, colonel, 31 years. chrysler technology's electrospace technology nine years. us cancer support group regional director two years and currently. hobbies working in his yard, photography. james robert anderson. couple anderson, what symptoms did you experience that helped you detect that you had cancer of the prostate? >> that's what's so alarming about this john, i had no symptoms. >> no symptoms, zero. had you been getting your p.s.a. annually? >> i get one annually with my physical. >> let's talk about psa, a blood test, stands for what. >> prostate specific antigen which means there's a protein released. >> and the protein determines what your level is. and when you get up to, what, four or
NBC
Sep 21, 2010 5:00pm PDT
,646 for a man. researchers at george washington university added in things like employee sick days, lost productivity and a need for extra gas. that's much more than just being simply overweight, which costs $524 for women, $432 for men. >>> a new report on alzheimer's claims the cost of caring for patients will nearly double over the next 20 years. about 35 million people around the world suffer from some form of dementia. the total costs are estimated to top $600 billion this year. for perspective that is the equivalent of the world's 18th largest economy. those costs are expected to increase 85% by the year 2030, with millions of baby boomers at risk, the group, alzheimer's disease international, says the u.s. needs a plan. >> we need more research. we need a plan for alzheimer's so that we can see the changes occur for the people who would otherwise suffer from the disease in the years ahead. >> alzheimer's research are reports delivers 100,000 signatures to capitol hill today, asking congress to make alzheimer's a national priority. >>> well, there are summits, as we know, for all s
ABC
Sep 17, 2010 5:30pm PDT
george washington university. her campaign color is green, which stands for progress here. she never considered staying in the u.s. despite the dangers, which are constant. a few hours after our interview, a bomb exploded just a few miles away, but for farid, there is no letting up because she wants afghan women to be celebrated on campaign posters and not covered by a burqa. nick schifrin, abc news, herat. >> and tomorrow is the day. >>> and still ahead on "world news," jon stewart planning his own rally in washington. >>> and who is our 9-year-old "person of the week"? at purina one, we want your dog to be as healthy as possible. so, we set out to discover the science in some of nature's best ingredients. we created purina one with smartblend. new, delicious shredded morsels and crunchy bites, with real meat, wholesome grains and antioxidants, for strong muscles, vital energy, a healthy immune system, and a real difference in your dog. purina one improved with smartblend. discover what one can do. it helps to eat calcium-rich foods like yogurt, spinach, and cheese. but calcium, vit
CBS
Sep 21, 2010 4:30am PDT
is not only unhealthy, it's expensive. researchers at george washington university found the annual cost of being an overweight woman is more than $8300 in higher medical bills, employment sick days and the value of years lost due to premature death. for a man it's more than $6500. the reason for the difference, obese women earn less. >>> the washington state woman at the center of an acid attack hoax faces criminal charges. 28-year-old bethany storro claimed a stranger threw acid on her face last month. she later admitted the wounds were self-inflicted. yesterday prosecutors filed three theft charges related to the $28,000 in donations she received. >> if the evidence supports the filing of these felony charges, and i think the criminal justice system needs to react and is reacting to her behavior. >> court records showed storro spent about $1500 of the donations on dinners for parents and clothing. storro's parents say all the money raised will be returned. >>> france's first lady is coming to the defense of michelle obama. yesterday carla bruni sarkozy denies that mrs. obama told her
SFGTV2
Sep 25, 2010 7:00pm PDT
, public health communication and marketing program, george washington university, washington, dc; sandra de castro buffington, director, hollywood health & society, usc annenberg norman lear center, beverly hills, california. the media obviously influences how people create their opinions, particularly about addiction and treatment issues in behavior health. and doug, why don't we review what we mean about media today. some time ago, marshall mcluhan said that the medium is the message and that is more true today than ever. media have proliferated and they now permeate our society. we're surrounded by it constantly 24/7 and users increasingly are defining what the media are and what those media mean to the rest of us. and mark, why is it important for the media to really understand addiction, treatment, and behavioral health? i think as doug just said, it's 24/7, people rely on the media to get their information and, as the media reaching out, people are forming opinions, ideas, attitudes about what they think about addiction and mental illness based on what they're seeing on these tv sh
ABC
Sep 8, 2010 5:00pm EDT
was dispatched at george washington university in northwest, 8 miles away from the home in south east. and it was rush hour. >> she never had a chance. >> you have a timeframe to get there. >> the truck got stuck in traffic due to an accident. the police officer kept doing cpr and radioed five times demanding to know the whereabouts of the ambulance. >> they did everything they could to save her. >> seven minutes later they dispatched a second fire truck which arrived at 5:14 p.m., but still no ambulance. there were not any other ambulances available to send. the baby was rushed to the medical center where she was pronounced dead. we tried to contact the mayor's office for contact but did not receive any response. we understand that the initial investigation reveals no foul play. >>> thank you for that report. a woman is in the hospital after being attacked at a bus stop this morning. the woman was assaulted by a man at franconia road. the search is on for that suspect. gail pennybacker is live from the scene. >> we just saw the woman who got off the bus this afternoon. she says i am
ABC
Sep 21, 2010 5:00pm EDT
george washington university study that tally of the individual cost of obesity. the report on women's costs reached nearly $4,900 per year and men, nearly 26 hendrik annually. medical bills, health insurance, -- $2,600 per year. medical bills, health insurance, as well as lost wages. andou go to mcdonald's spend far less than you do that whole foods. >> [unintelligible] >> obesity is defined as a person with a body mass index of more than 30. obesity causes this country more than $130 billion per year and except in% of all u.s. medical expenses. on gw campus, at people were on different sides of the debate as to whether the government should be more in control. >> people need to make their own decisions. >> i think the only way for everyone to be obvious for a government mandate. >> of the city is more noticeable in this country, including in children. >> -- obesity is more noticeable in this country now than ever, including with children. >> 7 is on your side with a promising new fighting in the fight against alzheimer's. the researchers have discovered that a protein can show how
ABC
Sep 29, 2010 5:00pm EDT
carter will not be making tonight's appearance at george washington university. a spokeswoman says he is in good spirits of mckeown forward to getting back to his schedule. >> a lot of people have complaints about cabs and now they have a place to speak those concerns. >> today we took a closer look at what really requires the most. whether it is discrimination or meter misuse, cabdrivers in d.c. have stories to share. t>> this man relies more on cabs now because of a medical problems. >> sometimes i think they want -- [inaudible] >> they are required to pick up passengers, no matter where they are going. >> abc 7 online obtained this as-of rider complaints from the d.c. taxicab completaints. >> it does not surprise me at all. >> it is a surprise to hear that some follow the rules. >> i am not here to work. - -- i am out there tow work. >> the d.c. taxicab commission says it investigates are around 250 complaints per year and will find them depending on the violation. you can find out more by going to look our website. >>> some people are paying the price for where they live, at the d
NBC
Sep 8, 2010 11:00pm EDT
called 911 and an ambulance was dispatched from george washington university hospital more than eight miles away. >> the police officer came and did cpr, too. and he brought her back. somehow it was the fire department or somebody else saying they need to get here now. >> reporter: at approximately 5:08 p.m., a paramedic finished a call and headed to benning road. they arrived at 5:14 and took over efforts. about 5:24 with the ambulance stuck in traffic, the engine crew decided to rush the baby to the hospital themselves. fire department officials say every ambulance in the city, about 40 of them, was already on an emergency call. except for the one at g.w. hospital. >> the three or four closest units that normally would have responded to that area were on other calls. so as our units were responding, the police officers, of course, continued to provide the care. >> reporter: holmes says it just doesn't seem right. >> i feel so hurt because she didn't deserve what they had done to her. >> reporter: the fire department says the response time was faster than the national average. that i
NBC
Sep 9, 2010 4:30am EDT
's time, another officer called 911 and an ambulance was dispatched from george washington university hospital, more than eight miles away. interest the police officer came and did cpr, too, and he brought her back, he was cussing the fire department out saying they need to be here now at. >> reporter: at approximately 5:08 p.m., a paramedic headed to benning road. they arrived about 5:14 and took over resuscitation efforts. about 5:24 with the ambulance stuck in traffic, the engine crew decided to rush the baby to the hospital themselves. fire department officials say every ambulance in the city, about 40 of them, was already on an emergency call except for the one at g wcht hospital. >> the three or four closest units that normally would have responded to that area were on other calls. so as our units were responding, the police officers of course continued to provide the care. >> reporter: she says it just doesn't seem right. >> it also hurt because she didn't deserve what they done it her. >> reporter: the fire department says the response time was faster thanle national average.
CBS
Sep 15, 2010 12:00pm EDT
washington university and having been here all of my life, it really gets no better than being able to have the confident dnc of the people who i have lived with my entire life to lead the city. so the first thing i want to do is thank the people of the district of columbia for their confident dnc they have demonstrated in me by yesterday's election. secondly, i want to -- i want to, once again, as we did last night, thank mayor fenty. thank you. i want to thank mayor fenty for his service to the district of columbia. like me, he is a native washingtonian. and i don't have any doubt that the mayor deeply, deeply cares for this city, and i know he has put his heart and soul in running the city for the last four years. i had a chance to talk to the mayor this afternoon and he pledged his 100% support to being able to help us make a smooth transition. i had a wonderful conversation with him and look forward to working with mayor fenty as we move forward in to a transition which won't formally take place, of course, until after the general election. i realize also that we have a great deal of w
CNN
Sep 25, 2010 3:00pm EDT
is jonathan turley, an expert on constitutional law at george washington university. and he also has experience as lead council in a state secrets case. all right, professor, i'm glad you could be with us. does this case merit a state secret privilege? >> well, i have to say, i find it questionable. because the indication really raises a very simple and threshold issue, and that is, can the president of the united states on his own authority simply say, i'm going to kill this citizen? now, obviously the administration has some very good reasons to want to capture him. but to do a targeted assassination of a citizen without any due process raises obvious concerns. but really before we get to that, the problem with the privilege assertion is that this question can be answered without access to most of that information. i mean, presents a constitutional question, not a -- really a national security question in terms of the details of what's happening in yemen or any other country. >> what do you mean? how would this -- how would it be that this case would be argued without the national
CNN
Sep 4, 2010 5:00pm EDT
. that's the walmart of online sex trafficking. >> reporter: we're here at george washington university. we found out that the founder of craigslist will be speaking here today at a tech conference. he doesn't know we're coming. he's been media shy about the allegations against him. this guy is the craig in craigslist. it's his list. can people trust that children are not being sex trafficked on craigslist? >> i think we explained that thoroughly on our blog. >> that's where jim buckmaster says you will immediately contact law enforcement if you suspect -- >> jim does a great job showing that we do more than anyone in this area. pretty good for a community of 50 million people. >> reporter: this is inspector brian bray with the d.c. metro police department in charge of the prostitution enforcement unit. in craigslist blog they say they will immediately contact law enforcement any time they see a suspicious ad. you say you have never been contacted by them? >> that's correct. i'm not sure if they are notifying the right people. we're not getting called. >> reporter: what are you guys doi
CNN
Sep 4, 2010 7:00pm EDT
of online sex trafficking. >> so we're here at george washington university and we just found out that craig newmark, the founder of craigslist, is speaking here today at a tech conference. he don't know we're coming and he's been very media shy about all the allegations against him. he's the craigie if the craigslist." it's his list. can people trust that people are not being sex trafficked on craigslist? >> i think we explained that pretty thoroughly. >> that's where jim buckmaster says you will immediately contact law enforcement if you suect jobws area. good for a community of 50 million people. >> kr the inspector with the d.c. police department and in charge of the prostitution enforcement unit. in craigslist log they say they'll contact law enforcement any time they see a suspicious ads and you say you've never been contacted by them? >> we're not getting called. >> what are you guys doing to protect these girls? you guys say in the blog, that you will remove any ad that looks like the person might be suggesting they're going to offer sex. look at this ad. it says, young, sexy, sweet
CNN
Sep 5, 2010 2:00pm EDT
washington university, and we just found out craig newmar, the founder of craigslist, is going to be speaking here. he doesn't know we're coming. he's very shy about all these allegations. it's his list. >> can people trust that children are not being sex trafficked on craigslist? >> i think we explain that pretty thoroughly in our blog. >> that's where jim buckmaster says you will immediately contact law enforcement if you suspect any ads that are explicit? >> jim does a great job showing we do more than anyone in this area. pretty good for a community of auto mi 50 million people. >> this is director john bray with the police department. craigslist says they will immediately contact police enforcement if they see a suspicious ad, and you're saying you've never been contacted. >> that's correct. it does bother us from a law enforcement perspective because the problem is so rampant that to get a handle on it, we need all the assistance we can get. if they're notifying, i'm not sure if they're notifying the right people because we're not getting a call. >> what are you guys doing to protect th
FOX News
Sep 27, 2010 6:00pm EDT
in a poll from george washington university, 38 percent say he deserves another term and 44 percent will vote for someone else. and 13 percent will "consider" voting for someone else. they favor congressional republicans by 11-point margin over president obama to create jobs. >> who is the better campaign for democrats? president obama? or bill clinton? stay tuned. [ male announcer ] millions of men 45 and older just don't feel like they used to. are you one of them? remember when you had more energy for 18 holes with your buddies? [ glass shatters ] more passion for the one you love? more fun with your family and friends? it could be a treatable condition called low testosterone, or low t. c'mon, stop living in the shadows. you've got a life to live. [ male announcer ] so don't blame it on aging. talk to your doctor and go to isitlowt.com to find out more. >> nato helicopters launched rare airstrikes into pakistan killing 50 militants and prompting a protest from pakistani government. in afghanistan, today, marines engaged in a firefight with the taliban in the key town of marja. f
CBS
Sep 21, 2010 5:00am PDT
in the winter. >>> researchers are putting a price tag on obesity. a report from george washington university found that the annual cost of being obese is thousands of dollars more than just being overweight. it costs obese women over $4,000 a year and men over $2,000. researchers considered things like employee sick days, lost productivity, and even the need for extra gasoline. two-thirds of americans are overweight or obese. >>> a pit bull once trained to kill is now bringing comfort to bay area cancer patients. leo once part of a dogfighting ring that landed nfl quarterback michael vick in jail. but a dog rescue group in los gatos took him in and quickly focused on his gentler nature. every week he wears a clown's caller to a cancer care center in mountain view. the purpose is just to love and be loved by patients who know what it's like to be hurting and trying to recover. >> i see him, it's just joy. i mean, he makes me feel good inside. you know? it's so good to feel good these days. >> reporter: of the 51 pit bulls taken from vick's property in 2007, only four could not be rescued. the
MSNBC
Sep 9, 2010 8:00pm EDT
and law professor at george washington university. you were the counsel on was has been cited as the leading secret case. now that this ninth circuit known as a liberal circuit ruled on this, what are the odds that the supreme court hears that and/or overturns it? >> the court has been avoiding this issue for years. they avoided it in the area 51 case that i had. it's based on united states versus reynolds in 1953. at the time various families suing over a b-52 crash in georgia said the government was simply lying and hiding evidence by claiming national security. well, in the year 2000, those documents were in fact unsealed and declassified and the families were right. the government did lie. they did use national security for purely tactical reasons. but the privilege continued. you had a privilege that was born in abuse and continues that form of abuse. and so what the supreme court will do is hard to say because they have avoided this issue for decad decades. they created what's become a corrosive and corrupting influence within our legal system. >> more than that though,
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